Location: Birmingham, West Midlands
Salary: £25,000 to £30,000 per annum
Fixed Term for 24 months
Closing Date: Sunday 22 August 2021
Interview Date: Friday 17 September 2021
Vehicle Movement Exchange UK Ltd T/A Engineius and School of Computing and Business School at Birmingham City University’s (BCU) are looking to appoint a Digital Business & Data Analyst Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP Associate) with specialist expertise around developing intelligent software systems (integrating Machine learning techniques). Particular value will be placed on those candidates who have a strong background in Software Engineering, Data Science, Logistics & Transportation Management.
The Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) Associate role presents a unique and exciting opportunity to work in collaboration with leading academics at BCU to apply knowledge and technical innovation. The KTP Associate should have graduated from a University within the last five years and hold at least an undergraduate degree in a relevant subject area.
Engineius' mission is to make vehicle movement easy. To do this, they designed and launched an "on-demand" service for moving vehicles across the UK. Since its launch, Engineius has acquired over 70 fleet customers across all major sectors, including Hertz, Sixt, Enterprise, Hitachi, Arval, British Gas, The AA, The RAC, Dennis Buyacar, BT Fleet, Jardine and Royal Mail. (https://www.engineius.co.uk)
This position forms part of the Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) programme co-funding by a grant through Innovate UK. KTPs provide 1000+ high calibre jobs working with business across the UK and offer a wide range of benefits including access to a £4,000 Personal Development budget to upskill during the project - more information on KTP.
The successful graduate will be employed by Birmingham City University and will be based at the company in Alpha Tower in Birmingham (B1 1TT). They will be supported by academics from BCU's School of Computing and Business School. The position is for 24 months. The expected start date is as soon as is practical.
To provide a rapidly growing SME in transportation management with a many-to-many (for example, taxis such as Uber use one-to-many) scalable solution for end-to-end vehicle movement and multi-route optimisation which will generate competitive advantage through innovation not matched by any competitor.
The KTP Partnership is looking for a high calibre graduate to join a team in developing an Innovative, Intelligent Logistics/Transport Management System, providing specialist expertise, professional understanding and ensuring the successful oversight of a major new development project.
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|Salary:||£25,000 to £30,000 per annum|
|Placed On:||20th July 2021|
|Closes:||22nd August 2021|
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